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Check out Jamaal Miller and his group Purposely Anointed on Twitter and on Facebook. Clayton is a typical millennial who believed his mother when she told him that he was capable of accomplishing great things (and as a result has amassed a large amount of student loan debt).When he isn’t blogging, he is either out with friends, writing and performing music, or busy working as an Executive Pastor and Consultant while simultaneously pursuing a Ph D in Public Affairs.Like Jamaal, I was in disbelief that such a site existed.For the record, I am the same person who literally fell off my couch laughing when I realized that the commercials advertising Christian were real.Still, I have to acknowledge that these predicaments were not any worse than stories I have heard from my friends and relatives who met their crazy boyfriends and girlfriends through traditional interactions.In the end, I guess the method of meeting one’s future spouse is not all that important as long as God is in charge of the process.Marry has to be one of the craziest things I have ever heard of, but I checked out the website myself and it appears to be legit. It is sometimes difficult for people in ministry to set aside the time to meet people and develop the kinds of relationships that could potentially lead toward marriage. People fear dating ministers for various reasons including fear of judgment and the belief that we are generally boring individuals whose lives are devoid of all things interesting. The online dating world is one of the easiest ways for a minister to venture outside of their physical environment where people may only be interested in pursuing relationships with them due to perceptions of status.In spite of my apparent reservations, I have a clear understanding why some people would join such a site. Internet dating makes it very easy for busy professionals (like ministers) schedules to meet new people. At least sites like Marry offer ministers a venue free from such rejection for they are only filled with people who have not listed “being in ministry” as one of their deal breakers. At the same time, sites like Marry do raise a few red flags for me. People who seek out ministers specifically may have ulterior motives.
Others may have a pure desire to bring pain to people who have dedicated their lives to serving God. Delilahs are real (and yes Delilahs come in both sexes). Although some of us are good people, some of us are just as sketchy as kind people you would run into “in the world.” In fact, some of us could probably use a few visits with a therapist. At one point, I remember actually thinking that it was sinful to factor physical attractiveness into my wife-finding algorithm because I was taught that such behavior was tantamount to lusting.Visitors on the other dating-related websites will see your ads and click to your site - generating more traffic for you.